I got some rub from my Son, that was made by a Buddy of his.
These Ribs came from 70 pounds of Prime Rib ($4.99 per pound) I got cut up into a few different items.
This is half of the bones (7 pounds) from that score.
After thawing, removing the membrane, rinsing, and drying, I coated all pieces on both sides with Worcestershire (Thick).
Then I coated them all with Rub.
I wrapped all pieces in plastic wrap, and put in fridge.
10:00 AM--------Rub All Ribs, and put in fridge.
10:45 AM--------Pre-heat MES 40 to 225˚.
11:45 AM--------Fill 1 1/4 rows of my 5 X 11 AMNS with Hickory Dust, and light one end.
11:55 AM--------Put Ribs on top two shelves of MES 40, and put AMNS on bottom bars.
3:00 PM----------Put all Ribs in foil pan (on wire rack), add 8 ounces of Apple Juice, and cover with foil.
4:20 PM----------Kill heat, but leave Ribs in smoker.
4:45 PM----------Remove Ribs from smoker.
5:00 PM----------Cut up & plate Ribs with sides-----------EAT !!!!!!
Results: Ribs were all excellent. They were not fall off the bone, but very juicy & tender.
The ribs were even better the next day, when I trimmed all the meat from the bones, and added some of the Au Jus I saved from the foil pan.
I also had just the right amount of leftover Roasted Reds & Broccoli to go with it. Some of the leftover meat from the ribs is in the freezer, with some Au Jus for a later date.
Sorry---No pics of my left-overs meal.
Thanks for looking,
Ribs all rubbed:
Looking through MES 40 glass window:
Lighting my favorite AMNS (Hickory Dust). Exactly enough for 3 hours of nice smoke:
Ready for foiling:
Steam rising from freshly opened pack of completed Ribs:
Ribs all cut up:
One plate of Ribs:
Other plate of Ribs:
Bear's Dinner (1st helping):